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Man accidentally posts naked photo in home listing

This wasn’t the kind of exposure he wanted for his house

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KEYWORDS Housing / Listing / Oops
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A Realtor will tell you that if you’re taking pictures to list a home for sale, it should be neat, clean and don’t have any junk in the picture.

It doesn’t really take a Realtor, one would think, to tell you if you’re taking pictures to list a home, you shouldn’t have your junk in the picture.

(Picture below, safe for work, the area is censored.)

Alas, in Austin, no one told this guy.

A Texas man hoping to sell his home made a big mistake while posting an image of his home online.

His home in Austin Texas has five bedrooms, and costs $389,500. When it came time for showing one of the four bathrooms, home buyers got an unsettling  surprise.

The seller didn't realize he was naked in the photo and was seen standing in the middle of the mirror without pants.

Apparently he didn't notice his reflection before uploading the photo. At least you can't see that poor man's face in the photo.

 

Source: Fox DFW
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